Upcoming Change for Research Monitor Access to EpicCare Link

Published via Research News on July 12, 2023 There is an upcoming change to the process* of requesting new Research Monitor accounts for EpicCare Link that goes into effect on Tuesday, August 1, 2023. Research Monitors will be required to fill out and sign a DocuSign user form before their EpicCare Link account will be created. […]

Message from the Vice Chancellor for Research Regarding Artificial Intelligence

Published via Research News July 11, 2023 Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a powerful new tool that is already making major and positive contributions to research. Over time, the capabilities and uses of AI will only increase. While AI has the potential to facilitate, even revolutionize, research, its use introduces important new challenges that require management. Recent developments […]

Nominations Open for Research Administration Recognition Awards

Published via Research News July 5, 2023 Dear Colleagues, Research administration staff play a vital role in the successful operation of the research enterprise at Washington University. On September 18, 2023, Research Education and Information will host the first Research Administration Appreciation Day (RAAD). To honor the remarkable contributions of our research administrators, we request […]

New User Defined Fields in RMS

Published via Research News July 3, 2023 Sponsored Projects Accounting (SPA) would like to notify the research community regarding new User Defined Fields (UDF’s) in RMS per EA-14508. In an effort to streamline the award profiling process, new UDF’s will be added to the Proposal Development Record (PD Record) and Proposal Tracking Record (PT Record) as required […]

Announcing the Updated Translational Science Benefits Model (TSBM) Website and Online Toolkit

Published via Research News June 29, 2023 The Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) is excited to announce the revamped Translational Sciences Benefits Model website, first launched in March of 2019. Researchers can use the Translational Science Benefits Model (TSBM) and the online Translating for Impact Toolkit to plan, track, and demonstrate the impact of their work. Researchers are invited to […]

PASSPoRT: Connecting WashU Faculty with Postdoc Applicants

Published via Research News June 20, 2023 To all Washington University faculty, The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is hosting a postdoctoral recruitment event on October 12 & 13, 2023. The first annual Pathways to Advanced Scientific Skills through Postdoctoral Research Training (PASSPoRT) will offer interested faculty an opportunity to meet and speak with potential postdoctoral applicants interested in completing […]

New Address for Sponsored Projects Accounting (SPA)

Published via Research News June 9, 2023 Sponsored Projects Accounting (SPA) has officially relocated to West Campus. Accordingly, please utilize this new address in grant applications, when asked for the financial/fiscal officer’s contact information, request for payment information (e.g., where to send a check) and other documents related to sponsored projects, as applicable. Washington University in St. […]

Spring Research Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) Update

Published via Research News May 23, 2023 Don’t let lab accidents SPRING up on you! Sharps Safety RemindersThere have been a significant number of sharps-related lab injuries in recent months. Sharps, including needles, razor blades, scalpels, and microtome blades, are some of the most ubiquitous hazards in our research labs. Here are some tips to help avoid […]

2023 W. M. Keck Postdoctoral Fellowship Awardees

Published May 15, 2023 The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is pleased to announce the awardees of the 2023 W. M. Keck Postdoctoral Fellowship: The W. M. Keck Postdoctoral Fellowship provides one year of funding to Washington University postdocs within their first two years of postdoctoral training in biomedical sciences and molecular medicine. The Fellowship recognizes […]

WashU Research Data Repository is Live and Ready for Dataset Submissions

Published May 8, 2023 The Washington University Libraries is delighted to announce that the WashU Research Data (WURD) repository is live and accepting dataset deposits. What is WURD?WURD is a formal research data repository that supports research data sharing by providing: Who can use WURD?All Washington University faculty, students, staff, and other authorized University affiliates can use […]